The 5 women’s ideal League franchises have submitted their listing of launched and retained gamers for the second season of the event, with Gujarat Giants – who finished backside of the desk in 2023 – opting for a big overhaul.
Unsurprisingly, the three teams that entered the play-offs in the inaugural version played earlier this year – Delhi Capitals, champions Mumbai Indians, and UP Warriorz – retained a majority in their players.
The window for the five franchises to maintain gamers for the WPL 2024 season came to an quit on October 15, the BCCI said in a launch on Thursday. whilst 60 players, which includes 21 overseas cricketers, have been retained across 5 franchises, 29 players have been launched from their current squads.
table-toppers DC retained the most range of players, freeing handiest three. Meg Lanning, who has currently been out of action however has made a comeback in the Australian home season, is most of the retained gamers. Champions MI, led via Harmanpreet Kaur, have launched the best Australian they’d in their squad in Heather Graham.